The Florida Panthers are a team on the rise and its fans shouldn’t be concerned about relocation.
The World Cup of Hockey is making a long-awaited return in 2016.
The NHL has been pretty straightforward regarding the issues of expansion, relocation and putting advertisements on player jerseys.
NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman says the league has no immediate plans to expand and adjust its unbalanced conference alignment.
Amid the NFL’s domestic violence scandals, Gary Bettman says the NHL has been proactive about off-ice conduct.
Hockey fans won’t be too happy to hear that the whole season of hockey could vanish if the National Hockey League (NHL) and the player’s association don’t come to an agreement before it is too late.
If you were hoping to see your favorite Florida Panthers and other National Hockey League stars on the ice this season, you’ll probably need to buy a ticket to Europe. After several days of optimistic movement of the collective bargaining agreement talks between the NHL and NHL Players Association, everything fell apart Thursday evening.
The Florida Panthers are coming off one of the most successful seasons in franchise history, but it’s going to be awhile before any Panthers fans can see red on the ice at the BB&T Center.
The Florida Panthers are coming off a division winning season and have real momentum for the future of a franchise that has been an also-ran in recent years. But, that enthusiasm may be gone before it starts thanks to a labor fight in the NHL.